More energy: 5 steps to change coffee for matcha

Even experimenting with less positive effects on coffee - anxiety, bad nights or digestive problems - it is not easy to lose the habit of drinking it daily. Whether for the taste or social ritual, and above all for the energy it gives us and the dependence it creates, stopping coffee is not easy and may even be accompanied by headaches and bad mood (it should always be warned people when we do a Coffee weaning…).

Here, we are more adept at matcha, one delicate green tea and super rich in antioxidants, that awakens the mind, without leaving us nervous, and contains numerous other benefits. You can and should be part of your routine, either to replace or reduce the cafes you take, or to bring other benefits to your body.

MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MATCHA AND COFFEE

  • Goodbye, anxiety! Everyone will have already experienced a sense of agitation and anxiety after too much caffeine (too much is variable from person to person). O matcha, Although it also has caffeine, also contains An amino acid called l-teanine, which makes caffeine is metabolized more slowly, there is a lower impact on the central nervous system. The warning state and the energy we feel with coffee is in matcha, but without the bad part - No cortisol peaks, anxiety increased and without the energy crash that coffee causes a few hours.
  • More antioxidants. Matcha contains 10 times more antioxidants than green teasince it is done from the entire plant. It is especially rich in EGC, one catechin common in green tea, with action antioxidant It is anti-inflammatory, protecting the body from free radical damage and premature aging. It is also known for Strengthen the joints. EGC also has a thermogenic effect, that's why drives metabolism And it is positive for those who need to control weight gain.
  • More protected teeth. Unlike coffee, Matcha does not harm our teeth, because it is not so acidic or makes them yellow.

What matcha drink?

Look for a matcha with a very living green color and biological production. If a matcha has a more faded color, it is a sign that it is old, that has been harvested for a long time or that it has been tampered with - and therefore will no longer give the same benefits to your body.

If the flavor of matcha is a problem for you (it can be too strange to the beginning), and mix it with milk and make a Matcha Latte, you can choose to Protein Creativity or by FOCUS MIXING. Protein is ideal for a super complete breakfast beaten with bioavailable vegetable protein, matcha and stimulating plants such as Hericium and Eleuthro, which stimulate energy and mental clarity. AND rich in antioxidants, not only by matcha, but also for containing powder algae - chlorine and spirulina -Rich in minerals and vitamins and with the ability to stimulate detox in the body. A FOCUS MIXING It is great for a matcha latte, also enriched with adaptogens such as the Hericium, Rehmania or Ashwagandha mushroom, to Improve brain function, boost energy and protect stress from the adrenal glands. It also has a touch of cinnamon and ginger that gives you a delicious flavor.

Here are the recipes for a Matcha Latte it is a beaten to feel energy and creativity early in the morning.

5 tips for reducing or eliminating coffee consumption

  1. Reduce the daily amount of coffee. Choose one of the cafes you drink daily as the essential and, when you feel like a second dose, make a Matcha Latte.
  2. Don't drink coffee badly. In the morning, our cortisol levels are higher and, when drinking coffee, we are creating an even bigger peak. Wait a few hours after waking up and, if possible, take your coffee with the food or then a full stomach. When you wake up, you should drink water - And even better if you join the Detox drops. The mint flavor can even help you like to maintain this habit.
  3. Every other day. Try drinking coffee and Matcha alternately, to be easier to stop having coffee at all, if this is the goal, or simply reduce the daily dose of coffee.
  4. Do not drink coffee in the afternoon. If you really need a pick me up, opt for matcha, especially the FOCUS MIXINGenriched with other stimulating plants that do not interfere with cortisol production.
  5. Keep the coffee for special and social moments. For weekends, vacation days or even travel, when you have new coffees to try. Just as it keeps sugar for special occasions, you can do the same with coffee. And opt for quality grains, fair trade, since coffee marketing does not always respect workers' rights and sustainable production modes.